Read this: BBC may help out Digital One radio network |Media |guardian.co.uk
Summary: The BBC may put one or more of its digital radio stations onto the Digital One national service in a bid to help breathe new life into the struggling medium. BBC stations joining Digital One would also free up more capacity on the corporation's own national digital radio multiplex, enabling it to launch more services or improve the sound quality of one or more of its existing ones. Digital One has struggled to fill its capacity, while the second national commercial DAB multiplex, owned by the 4 Digital consortium, will now not launch at all after Channel 4, the main shareholder, pulled out. - guardian.co.ukRead full article: BBC may help out Digital One radio netwo…
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